When changes initiated around student life are announced on campus, it's often the Student Government Association at the center of the headlines. SGA advocates for the development and advancement of student interests both inside and outside of the University community. Using tangible and actionable goals to foster collaboration and to create noticeable improvements to campus life, SGA works hard to uphold the best interests of Trinity's student body.
I sat down with outgoing SGA president Ty Tinker '20 and incoming SGA president Claire Carlson '21 to discuss the role of student government and future changes SGA has in store.
Beyond policies and procedures, the SGA prepares students for leadership roles. They work with diverse populations on local and global issues, and they take on challenges of representation and advocacy. How did Trinity prepare you to become a leader? Please share your stories with me. I truly enjoy hearing from Trinity students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Danny J. Anderson
President, Trinity University
As Trinity's chief storyteller, I love to share news about the University. But I also love hearing from you. Please feel free to contact me at TUPresident [at] trinity.edu. Also, follow me on Twitter @TU_President19 or follow conversations on my website at president.trinity.edu.